ilaria cutica
ilaria cutica
Researcher in General Psychology
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Neuropragmatics: Extralinguistic communication after closed head injury
BG Bara, I Cutica, M Tirassa
Brain and Language 77 (1), 72-94, 2001
Neuropragmatics: Extralinguistic pragmatic ability is better preserved in left-hemisphere-damaged patients than in right-hemisphere-damaged patients
I Cutica, M Bucciarelli, BG Bara
Brain and language 98 (1), 12-25, 2006
The deep versus the shallow: Effects of co‐speech gestures in learning from discourse
I Cutica, M Bucciarelli
Cognitive Science 32 (5), 921-935, 2008
Personalised medicine: the cognitive side of patients
I Cutica, G Mc Vie, G Pravettoni
European Journal of Internal Medicine 25 (8), 685-688, 2014
Guida alla perizia in tema di abuso sessuale e alla sua critica
G Gulotta, I Cutica
Giuffr editore, 2009
Learning from text benefits from enactment
I Cutica, F Ian, M Bucciarelli
Memory & Cognition 42 (7), 1026-1037, 2014
Health orientation, knowledge, and attitudes toward genetic testing and personalized genomic services: preliminary data from an Italian sample
S Oliveri, M Masiero, P Arnaboldi, I Cutica, C Fioretti, G Pravettoni
BioMed research international 2016, 2016
“The More You Gesture, the Less I Gesture”: Co-speech gestures as a measure of mental model quality
I Cutica, M Bucciarelli
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 35 (3), 173-187, 2011
Psycho‐cognitive predictors of burnout in healthcare professionals working in emergency departments
M Masiero, I Cutica, S Russo, K Mazzocco, G Pravettoni
Journal of clinical nursing 27 (13-14), 2691-2698, 2018
A cohort pilot study on HIV-associated neuropsychological impairments in hemophilia patients
S Riva, I Cutica, C Krampe, LF Reinecke, W Russell-Edu, C Santoro, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 313, 2015
Cognitive change in learning from text: Gesturing enhances the construction of the text mental model
I Cutica, M Bucciarelli
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 25 (2), 201-209, 2013
Timing of gestures: Gestures anticipating or simultaneous with speech as indexes of text comprehension in children and adults
F Ian, I Cutica, M Bucciarelli
Cognitive Science 41, 1549-1566, 2017
Is there evidence for neurocognitive dysfunctions in patients with postnatal HIV infection? A review on the cohort of hemophilia patients
S Riva, I Cutica, G Pravettoni
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 470, 2014
Non-determinism in the Uptake of Gestural Information
I Cutica, M Bucciarelli
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 39 (4), 289-315, 2015
Translation, cross-cultural adaptation, and reliability, of the Italian version of the Passive Risk Taking (PRT) Scale
S Riva, A Gorini, I Cutica, K Mazzocco, G Pravettoni
Clinical trials, data protection and patient empowerment in the era of the new EU regulations
A Negrouk, D Horgan, A Gorini, I Cutica, L Leyens, SS genannt Halfmann, ...
Public health genomics 18 (6), 386-395, 2015
Decisions and the involvement of cancer patient survivors: a moral imperative
G Pravettoni, I Cutica, S Righetti, K Mazzocco
Journal of healthcare leadership 8, 121, 2016
A written version of sign language can enhance signing deaf individuals’ comprehension and learning from texts
M Vendrame, I Cutica, M Bucciarelli
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
Serious games for improving genetic literacy and genetic risk awareness in the general public: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial
S Oliveri, R Mainetti, A Gorini, I Cutica, G Candiani, NA Borghese, ...
JMIR research protocols 7 (12), e189, 2018
“I see what you mean”: Oral deaf individuals benefit from speaker's gesturing
M Vendrame, I Cutica, M Bucciarelli
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 22 (4), 612-639, 2010
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